The George Inn
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... way we were back flipping off it. Simon was pretty happy with doing that jump but just before we left I decided I was doing the high level because I may never get the chance to again. Nobody was doing it at the time and the American flogs next to us were carrying on about this other ****** ledge that they were ******* over. As soon as I climbed over the safety rail there was no backing out. Basically because everyone was watching including the whole bar above us. Not to mention ...
7th June - Saturday
A lovely day leaving France, going back "home". The poppies along side of the road look lovely, we stopped and took some photos. We left early because we weren't sure where we were going, hadn't been for a test run, that can be too dramatic. Lots more people going back to England then there was coming over. Lined up, glad we ...
Sorry Blogees! We are home safely and cannot recommend highly enough a small cycling trip to Belgium. Small in length as opposed to small Bicycles! which would have been ridiculous. Great food, people and scenery. Do go to Lissewege near Brugge and stay in the luxury B & B Lissode (Bull Rush ...
... They let go of Ava's hands and she walked by herself towards Susie's open arms (Susie had to limbo under the barrier to gain immediate access to her grand-daughter). It was a magical moment for us to see Ava walking, and one that made Susie very happy. Sharon had joined the welcoming party on her way to work in Weybridge. It was great to see them all. Within a few minutes, Emily came running across the Arrivals Hall to give her Mum a big hug, quickly followed by Oliver ...
... t so happy about this so in 1701, the pass the Act of Succession which states that only protestants can become monarchs. To find someone in the royal line, they have to pass over 52 contestants to give the succession to Electress Sophia of Hanover who is the granddaughter of James through Elizabeth.
In 1702, William dies. While at Hampton Court, his horse fell over a mole hill and caused complications ...